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  The V.I. Department of Justice will provide excellent, independent, and ethical legal services for the U.S. Virgin Islands in order to achieve justice and to assert, protect, and defend the rights of the people.
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Welcome to the Virgin Islands Department of Justice's website. The Department is administered under the general supervision and direction of the Attorney General of the Virgin Islands, who is appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Legislature of the Virgin Islands. As a Territory of the United States, the Virgin Islands is comprised of four islands, St. Thomas, St. John, Water Island and St. Croix, which are divided into two districts, the St. Thomas/St. John/ Water Island District and the St. Croix District. However, the Attorney General serves as the chief law enforcement officer for both districts. The Department, under the leadership of the Attorney General, is tasked with a two-fold mission:

(1) to prosecute all violations of the Virgin Islands Criminal Code and to represent the Government of the Virgin Islands in all civil actions brought on behalf of or against the government.

(2) to provide efficient and effective financial and access support services to children and custodial parents through the Division of Paternity and Child Support.

Whether issuing opinions, providing advice, reviewing regulations or litigating in court, the Department of Justice is dedicated to helping the government of this Territory serve the people of the Virgin Islands. Toward this end, we are committed to working with the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government.

The V.I. Department of Justice will provide excellent, independent, and ethical legal services for the U.S. Virgin Islands in order to achieve justice and to assert, protect and defend the rights of the people.

St. John Man Convicted Of 2012 Murder  
Two Former DOH Employees Arrested On Embezzlement And Related Charges  
Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Armed Robbery at Pizza Restaurant  
Man Confesses to Wife’s Murder  
DHS Employee Arrested on Embezzlement and Related Charges  
DOJ Teams Up With VIPD To Tackle Public Corruption  
Jury Convicts St. Thomas Man Of Rape In Second Trial  
Second Suspect Arrested And Charged With 2005 Murder  
Woman Sentenced For Severely Wounding Young Girl  
DOJ Captures Another Wanted Sex Offender  
DOJ Apprehends Sex Offender  
Attorney General Seeks Public Help In Locating Two Sex Offenders  
Judge Increases Bail For Man Accused Of Murder  
AG Walker: AG’s Office Tackling Problem Of Crime In Many Ways  
Woman Arrested And Charged With Husband's Murder Granted Bail  
AG Walker Commends Fathers For Participating In Fatherhood Initiative  
Young Man Sentenced To 20 Years For Murder  
DOJ Victim Services Unit Gearing Up For National Day Of Remembrance For Homicide Victims  
Second Man Sentenced For Breaking Into “My Brother’s Workshop”  
AG Walker Urges Honda Owners To Take Advantage Of Honda Repair-A-Thons  
Child Rapist Sentenced To 13 Years  
Man Sentenced For Robbery At Hooter’s Restaurant  
Young Man Receives Probation For Firearm Violation  
Young Man Sentenced To Six Months For Armed Robberies  
Judge Denies Terminix Motion To Quash Attorney General’s Subpoena  
St. Thomas Man Sentenced For Killing Another Man With A Rock  
St. Thomas Woman Pleads Guilty To Lesser Charge In Wounding Young Girl  
Woman Sentenced For Box Cutter Attack  
Man Pleads Not Guilty To Murder Charges  
Two Men Plead Guilty To Breaking Into “My Brother’s Workshop”  
Attorney General Asks For $1 Million Bail For Man Accused Of Murder  
St. Thomas Man Sentenced For Firearm Possession  
Judge Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Murder  
Jury Deadlocked In Arson Trial  
St. Thomas Man Faces Arson Trial  
Jury Selected To Hear Case Of Young Man Who Allegedly Pointed Gun At Police Officer  
St. Thomas Man Pleads Guilty To Murder  
Rouse's Sentencing Delayed  
Murder Suspect Advised Of His Rights; Bail Hearing Set  
Justice Staff Say Their Goodbyes To Former Deputy Attorney General  
St. Thomas Man Sentenced to Life for Raping and Impregnating a Minor  
Takata Airbag Recall - Replacing Takata Airbags in the U.S. Virgin Islands  
Takata Airbag Recall - Frequently Asked Questions  
AG Walker Takes Enforcement Action Against Takata and Honda  
Attorney General’s Office Conducts Massive Verification Operation of V.I. Sexual Offenders  
Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Employment Complaints  
Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Public Accomodation Complaints  
Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Housing Complaints  
About the Civil Rights Commission  
Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints  
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